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Isles Draft Recap: Hit After Hit

Lou Lamoriello was expected to knock this draft out of the park by making one or possibly two franchise-altering trades. Instead, he rounded the bases in a whole different way. Lamoriello and the rest of his colleagues had to be feeling giddy after plucking two top-ten talents without having a pick ...

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Islanders 2018 NHL Draft Preview and Analysis

Now the real work begins for Lou Lamoriello. While he still tries to entice captain John Tavares to commit long-term to the franchise and free agent coach Barry Trotz to come take the head coaching job, Lamoriello is now faced with the task of his first draft as Islanders President of ...

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Remembering Bill Torrey: His Most Impactful Moments on the Islander Franchise

The hockey world and the New York Islanders family is mourning the loss of Bill Torrey. Torrey, passed away last night at the age of 83 at his home in Florida. Referred to as “The Architect”, Torrey was the Islanders first president and general manager and was with the organization ...

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Islanders Re-Sign Eric Boulton To One-Year Deal

The New York Islanders have re-signed Eric Boulton, a 39-year old veteran winger, to a one-year two-way deal. As his agent posted earlier, Eric Boulton has agreed to a one-year, two-way deal with #Isles. Turns 40 next month. — Arthur Staple (@StapeNewsday) July 22, 2016 Though Boulton played in a ...

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Get Well Soon, John Tavares

On Halloween, Islanders head coach Jack Capuano did not hand out treats to the media and the fans when he said that captain John Tavares would not play before the Isles matinee game against the New Jersey Devils. Cappy would keep the captain’s reason for being out of the line-up ...

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NHL Partners With MLBAM, Won’t Take Away Our Vines, GIFs and YouTube Videos!

When rumors started flying yesterday about the NHL partnering with MLB Advanced Media, I got nervous, I mean really nervous. You see, MLB Advanced Media is the best at what it does, MLB.com is sleek and fast, highlights are readily available, MLB Network program keeps getting better and better. As NHL Commissioner Gary ...

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